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QUEST Leadership Program
QUEST is a three-phase leadership program designed to help Fontbonne students acquire foundational leadership skills, discern their personal strengths, and guide them on their personal vocational journey.
"The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step" -Lau-tzu
The mission of Fontbonne University is at the core of the QUEST Program – educating students to think critically, act ethically, and assume responsibility as citizens and leaders.
Click the links below to learn more about each phase:
Who should participate in QUEST?
Any Fontbonne student is welcome to participate in the QUEST program. First-year students will be required to complete the first phase of the QUEST program as a component of their Mission Core curriculum.
Each phase has its own unique structure and purpose so while we recommend a certain sequence, students can design their own path of leadership development based on their distinct experience and needs.
What are the benefits?
Students who complete the QUEST program:
- Are better able to articulate their personal strengths
- Can identify their desired career path
- Obtain skills and knowledge needed to help a world in need
- Are better equipped to tackle tough world issues
- Are uniquely qualified to bring about transformative change
Participants will receive a certificate and completion gift at the end of each phase. Students who complete all three phases of the QUEST program will receive special recognition at the annual Leadership and Service Awards Banquet held at the end of the Spring semester.
How do I get involved?
Each phase has its own individual registration process in the fall semester of each school year. First-year students are automatically enrolled in phase one of the QUEST program through their Mission Core requirement. Visit www.fontbonne.edu/quest for more information.
Questions regarding the QUEST program can be directed to:
Janelle Densberger, Ph.D.
Director of Leadership Education and Student Activities
The QUEST leadership program has been made possible through the generous support of the Network in Vocation in Undergraduate Education (NetVUE) and the Council of Independent Colleges.